Australian Grand Prix is delayed by eight months because the coronavirus pandemic disrupts iconic racing occasion
The Australian Grand Prix will probably be delayed by eight months as coronavirus places the brakes on the long-lasting automobile racing occasion.
The Components One occasion was scheduled to be held in Melbourne on March 18 to 21, however will as an alternative happen on November 18-21 to keep away from spreading the virus.
Components One Administration on Tuesday night time stated the race was postponed as a result of ‘persevering with worldwide journey disruptions and different issues associated to coronavirus’.
‘The continued state of affairs concerning COVID-19 has meant it isn’t possible to start the season in Melbourne,’ it stated in an announcement.
It is believed F1 executives and the Victorian Authorities could not come to an settlement concerning quarantine preparations for worldwide drivers and entourages, the Herald Sun reviews.
Sports activities Minister Martin Pakula stated it was ‘the fitting determination’ to reschedule and the occasion will probably be run safely in November.
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